Child Development Links

eBooks & eCards by E & E Publishing Children’s Picture eBooks for ages 3 to 8. Once downloaded, parent and child may read our ebooks on-screen or parents may print a copy to keep in a portfolio for reading to their child while he or she is curled up on their lap or snuggled in bed.

Give your child a head start in school with FrontLine PhonicsEverything you need to teach beginning readers ages 3-7. You’ll start by teaching first letters and sounds, three times a week for just 15 minutes. Your child can be reading at a beginning third grade level in just 19 weeks. Contains 55 lessons and 43 readers with additional manuals, games, and music. Click here for more information. – Information and resources for parents of gifted children and the professionals who empower them. This new site includes plenty of articles, information about testing and a free e-mail discussion group for you to join.

KidSource – The source for in depth and timely education and healthcare information that will make a difference in the lives of parents and their children.

Parents As Teachers provides parents with timely information on child development, prenatal to age five; involves them in parent-child activities that encourage language development, intellectual growth, social development and motor skills; and strengthens parent-child relationships.

The Brain Connection is a wonderful resource for anyone interested in all the latest developments in the area of brain research and how we learn.

Connect for Kids is an organization for parents providing news, links, and state-by-state information promoting the health, safety and education of children.

Child Development Institute provides information on child development, parenting, child psychology, teenagers, health, safety and learning disabilities including ADD and dyslexia. – answers to all of your questions about kids health.